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Lions Roar : November 2018
fountain of unconditional love. You are courage, you are digni- fied and noble. You are thoroughly and unshakably good. You are not your tongue.” We receive the tender glance of God, and then we’re com- pelled to be the tender glance in the world. We breathe in the spirit that delights in our being and then we exhale it. (Exhales) All of us are called to be enlightened witnesses. Through our kindness and tenderness and focused intent of love, we help people return to themselves. At Homeboy, we’re kind of allergic to the notion of holding the bar up and asking homies to measure up. I don’t think our God ever does that, so why would we? Instead, we hold the mirror up and tell people the truth, knowing that your truth is my truth and my truth is a gang member’s truth. It’s all the same truth. Here’s the truth. You are exactly what God had in mind when God made you, oh nobly born. When people become that truth, when they inhabit that truth, no bullet can pierce it. No four prison walls can keep it out and death can’t touch it. This is a huge thing—to know and remember who you really are, anchored in love, tethered to a sustaining God, and not even the least bit shaky in your own unshakable goodness. UCLA’s Royce Hall was the site for this dialogue between renowned Buddhist teacher Pema Chödrön and Father Greg Boyle, S.J., founder of Homeboy Industries in Los Angeles. The event, entitled “On Cultivating Courage,” was a fundraiser for Homeboy Industries and was produced by Sounds True. LION’S ROAR | NOVEMBER 2018 31